Scary Plants Paranormal-Scope

The Dragon’s Blood Tree By Boris Khvostichenko(User:Boriskhv) [GFDL ( or CC BY-SA 4.0 (, from Wikimedia Commons

I love the flowers of spring. But then there are plants that you might want to avoid.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

The week for:

Bleeding Tooth Fungus is white and oozes red fluid. Not a plant to mess with. Put some attention on dental care.

When gardens of the heart are neglected, Giant Hogweed may grow there. The plant can cause scars, blisters, and blindness. Are you being blind to someone who cares for you? Spend time with those that love you.

When Red Tide algae washed in, the mermaids swim far away. It’s toxic. Are you allowing toxic people into your life? Re-evaluate and eliminate any social plans that are not fun and heart warming.

Even vampires avoid Death Camas. It looks like a harmless white and yellow flower, but it’s deadly. Before bringing new house plants into your home, find out if they’re safe.

The Venus Fly Trap eats insects. It’s time to try new cuisines. Okay, you may not want to eat insects, but I’ve heard that chocolate covered ants are great.

Cuscuta aka Dodder Vine or Strangle Vine wraps around the victim tree and gets into its vascular system. Do you have a negative someone from the past under your skin? Time to let them go.

Brain cactus is poisonous and not a friendly house plant. Forgets plants for now and exercise that brain of yours with a new hobby or visiting a new place.

Angel’s Trumpets are quite pretty with their yellow blooms, but so poisonous that zombies avoid eating them. And they eat almost anything. Take a look at your personal menu. Could you be eating healthier?

Gympie Gympie Tree has stinging needles that are fatal if touched. Some people don’t like hugs let alone being touched. Make new friends but keep a respectful distance. Let them initiate any closeness.

Doll’s Eye look like eyeballs on a red vine. The eyeballs are really a poisonous fruit. Things are not always what they seem. Wait until you get all the information before making any decisions in relationships or money.

The Corpse Flower stinks as it flowers but once it become fruity, it’s poisonous. Things change. Sometimes things get worse, but even that will pass. Never lose hope. You can get through anything.

The Dragon’s Blood Tree on Socotra island, Yemen may be a mystical and medical gift. It’s red sap has been used for medicinal benefits. Some say it’s been used in rituals. The unexpected is coming your way. Prepare for surprises.

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